Psychologists treat and study the mind, brain, and behavior. They work in a wide range of subspecialties, some of which include: clinical, counseling, industry, schools, forensics, and research. Due to the span of subspecialties, psychologists can be employed in private practice, medical facilities, universities, businesses, and more.

Student Resources

      Professional Associations and Accreditation

      Entrance Exam

      Most Psychology programs require the Graduate Record Exam as an entrance exam. Learn more about the GRE here.

      Selected Regional Programs

      Important Note:

      Consult the admissions/application web pages of the professional programs for information on required pre-requisite courses and admissions tests, application procedures, and application deadlines. Some professional/graduate programs will not accept AP or CLEP credits, online courses, or correspondence courses for the core science and math pre-requisite requirements. Many programs also require that all pre-requisite coursework be completed within a certain period of time, e.g., within 5 years prior to application. Policies vary by school and program. Be sure you know the requirements